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Interstate 20 today — and capped in the future!?!
Interstate 20 today — and capped in the future!?!
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ATLANTA — The ATL has a fever, and the only prescription is more grandiose, parks-over-highways ideas. First came calls for capping The Connector, then Ga. Highway 400 in Buckhead, and now Grant Park wants in on the action, with this totally unfunded but nonetheless awesome vision for a park over Interstate 20.

EAST ATLANTAWith this latest installment in Curbed's Visual Journeys series, have a look at how an apartment community is reshaping the East Atlanta Village area right now — and the crumbing old school that preceded it.

CABBAGETOWN — Scrappy little Cabbagetown has survived a mill's 1977 closing, a major fire in 1999, the 2008 tornado and even the Krog Masquerade of 2014. Here's a look back at a very different C-town from nearly a quarter-century ago.

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